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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (cywnra(d'Wya tb) n a Mebefiuy flvy6d- yn ddiwedd.f, pas o.-d y Ty bendeiryrdAd ei gyfaill &nrthydeddtis yr aelod drrs South Shields, yr han a eddtganai, mor bell Eg yr oedd yu bositl, ftd yn dy- nirunol i'r tafarradai gaae en Subscribers-only content

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    Kempson, M. A., of Sidney Aussex College, Cambridge, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter *of the late Thomas Robertson, Esq., of South Shields, Durham. On the 3d inst., at St. Gluvias, Cornwall, the Rev. Horatio Todd, A. M., second son of the Subscribers-only content

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    & Co., Lincoln's inn fields. S. Cartley, Golden la., St Luke's, licensed victualler. [Keane, Gray's inn sq. R. Taylerson, South Shields, Dssrhan., shipowner. [Tyas, Beaufort buildings. T. Tempest, Leeds, grocer, [Dingevail, New Bank buildings. W Finney, Stole-upon.-Trent, Staffordsh., grocer. [King, Subscribers-only content

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    receipt of your letter of yesterday's date, stating that an impression exists among the seamen in the neighbourhood ot South Shields, that the Government are about to resort to a forced ballot to compel them to serve in the royal Subscribers-only content

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    Jameson, Honey lane, Milk street, City, shawl warehouseoan -Feb. 19, T. Edwards, Toupaudy, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorganshire, grocer-Feb. 19, T. Lumader, South Shields, ship builder-Feb. 21, R. B. Fletcher, Crompton, Lancashire, cotton spinner-Feb. 25, J. Davis, Worcester, tailor. Scotch Sequemltration.-N. Stewart, Perth, Subscribers-only content

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    coal mines. The head office is at Newcastle, ,and there are branches at Alnwick, Berwick, Hexham, Morpeth, North and South Shields, Sunderland, and Durham. The concern has been in existence twenty-one years, and at the date of the last return Subscribers-only content

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    for Gateshead; Captain T. C. D. Hay. RN., lately returned from North America; and Mr R. Ingham, M.P. for South Shields. The consti- tution of the committee displays an earnest desire on the part of the Duke of Somerset to Subscribers-only content

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    one of the newv streets at Lauriston, Edinburgh, for a number of flomish Sisters of Mercy. There died at South Shields, on the 18th inst., a man named iHudson, 93 years of age, fornmerly a sergeant in the 52nd Regiment, Subscribers-only content

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    Chancellor of the Exchequer has been received on the banks of the Tyne, at Newcastle, Gateshead, Tyne- mouth, and South Shields, as well as at Sunderland and Middlesborough, with demonstrations of the heartiest good- will. He has been feasted and Subscribers-only content

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    the Government to expuntge the objectionable clause. Meetings were held ;i Souft Shields and Gateshead on Wednesday night. At South Shields the borough member, Mr R. Inghaam, attended and spoke, and several influential manufacturers and other influential iinhabitants took part Subscribers-only content

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    Stock,.Ryde Quay, St Cuthbert Lead Smelting, St George's Brewery, Kidderminster; Second St Peter's 501. Money; Shields Marine Insurance Association, South Shields and Shields Marine Cargo, Freight, and Outfit Association; South Durham and North York Permanent Building Society, Strand Music-hall, Steam Subscribers-only content

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    parelcutarI Walshos Glaneworke, Rockiey- efulds flAWING-PIN ittanufwomrers arts reusestol to Send theIr D Namos to T. St. Daridsona, Architect, South Shields. c5575 I5SRs'sNG Wanted, by Highigate Angling Asocitie, river or Folthersvi!se, on Great Western or Miidland Railway.-Address, Secretary, Queen's Arms, Subscribers-only content

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    BO. (lrge,bad Ieitabl f. kilns, Be., glaaxwrls: Slach (rou), uitblefor furmace, glasoworks.-All particulare, iL amsto T. E. Davidsont, Architect, South Shields. cS570 URIUE(nonplete house of) Wancted, at ones, far cash; F f___£I t L-Address, 0. 41, Daily Post c4738 T7¶CBNItTUR Subscribers-only content

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    commission will be Paid to gentleman withl gnarl connection arnontt 'users of steam power.-Apply to the Hima Lubricant Company, South Shields, cS7l2 G ENTS Wanted, calling on Engineers and Ironfoonders: ener. A .ei e a eaiehnsm noes. Saiplcs.-Address, Willia riaiM Subscribers-only content

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    Joocph L. Thompson and Sons, way Company, Horwich. Sulerland. John Dickinson, Sunderland. Joseph T. Etrigham, South Josep T. ElTrinehamn, South Shields. FOVNN )S. l.I COELLERIS. P.. B Jackson and Co., sam. Neswtwn, Chambers, and Co., chester. oookingh m. T. EdingZon Subscribers-only content

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    City. A'Nzw Rtoxas_-ric Orru.m--On Saturda-y night wa.s rodueed for the first time on, any stags- at the Theatre W-ol South Shields, by Mr. Arthur Rouseby's Opera Corn pany, a new romantic opera in three acts entitled "Beiphegor,": the libretto being Subscribers-only content

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    ...;..4....... 27,766 30,319 1,099 2 Cambridge........I.....27,819 28,783 1,0 ClOxford.... 21,589.. 19,765, 1'638n A2 Cbatham . .....20,429 '11,817 1,339.. .1 South Shields ...j.... . 25974 '138,94 866 1 Boohdale ...... .29,... I199 22,933 1,205I. Tyireuioath and North Shields 9. 9,170 - Subscribers-only content

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    16 1861 W6homns Ellis, Swindon, Wiltshire, certain improvements in rails for! perimanent ways. Dated Novemuber 26, 1861. William Tate,' South Shields, improvements in armour, aind in making and applying the same for protectig wood and iron ships of war and Subscribers-only content

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    of the catastrophe. On Thursday a young man named Thomas Stephenson. son of a farmer, was brought before the South Shields Magistrates, and remanded on a charge of having shot a person named George Swinhoe, on the previous day, in Subscribers-only content

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    improvements in mounting or hanging mill stones for grinding grain and other substances. Dated May 6, 1863, William Glover, South Shields, Durham, improvements in the means or apparatus to facilitate the steering of ships and other vessels, Dated May 5,18i3. Subscribers-only content

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